The Best of Enemies and Curing Racism

The Best of Enemies and Curing Racism

Garrett and Nicole discuss The Best of Enemies, the decidedly ho hum film-making, the ways that white people can be race baited against their economic interests, and whether racism is so baked into American it can never be eradicated. We veer into a discussion about casting actors with disabilities and whether it “diminishes acting.” We celebrate Claudette Colvin, who predated Rosa Parks and was not considered the appropriate face of the movement.

Garrett recommends Hotel Mumbai.

High Life and Awkward Sex in Space

High Life and Awkward Sex in Space

Captive State and Complacency

Captive State and Complacency